Br Ambedkar News
How Nehruvians conspired with ‘eminent’ historians to steal the Independence thunder from revolutionaries
Sanjeev Sanyal deserves applause for taking the lid off the Nehruvian myth that India’s Independence was solely the handiwork of Mahatma Gandhi’s ahimsa and satyagraha. His book tells ‘the other story’ of how India won its Independence
Right Word | How RSS deals with caste conundrum
There have been repeated attempts to drag the RSS’ name in controversies related to caste. But its detractors have been unsuccessful to stop its expansion, especially amongst, socially marginalised sections
Why Muslim rulers and ulema didn’t confront the caste issue
Muslim rulers and ulema couldn’t have confronted the caste inequality since Islam as a religion of equality is as much a new narrative as it being a religion of peace. Historically it’s been about supremacy and conquest
How new Ambedkarites are busy undermining Ambedkar and his legacy
New Ambedkarites’ alignment with the new American camp of Wokeism makes them an ally of global Islam and evangelical Christianity — both of which BR Ambedkar vehemently opposed
Hindutva and Hind Swaraj | Does India need a new Constitution?
It took almost three years, from 9 December 1946 to 26 November 1949, for the Constitution to be scripted. The Chairman of the Drafting Committee was BR Ambedkar
JNU VC on 'caste of gods' remark: 'Was only paraphrasing Ambedkar's views'
"I was asked to speak on BR Ambedkar's views on gender justice. I was paraphrasing BR Ambedkar. You can see his writings. Why should people get angry with me? They should get angry with BR Ambedkar...," she said.
Politicising Ambedkar: Are Kapus being painted in dark to project Dalits as victims over renaming of Konaseema?
Coastal Andhra Pradesh witnesses fierce political slugfest between the state government and the Opposition over the renaming of Konaseema. Police make several arrests, after identifying the miscreants involved in violent activities
Questioning India’s ‘nationhood’ reflects Rahul Gandhi’s constitutional and historical ignorance
The Congress leader's ‘India is not a nation’ statement exposes his long-held colonial beliefs and that he is still trapped and influenced by the colonial narrative
How communal flare-up in Delhi’s Jahangirpuri exposes liberal, intellectual and even political ineptitude
Riots take place when an ideology believes in its exclusivity; their frequency increases when others, in reaction, too start asserting themselves. Such flare-ups also happen when perpetrators believe they can get away with such crimes
Dharma Files | In defence of Vivek Agnihotri and ‘The Kashmir Files’
Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files’ has given Kashmiri Pandits the courage to look their oppressors in the eye. And demand justice
How BR Ambedkar’s idea of Islam exposes woolly-headed liberals of the day
BR Ambedkar believed that a Muslim would find it difficult to accept a Hindu government as they saw Hindus as ‘kafirs’, and hence inferior
BR Ambedkar birth anniversary: President Kovind, PM Modi and others pay tribute
BR Ambedkar will always be remembered for supporting of the Dalit community which faced deep-rooted discrimination
Nepal: First President Ram Baran Yadav remembers BR Ambedkar's contribution to social justice, inclusion
Ram Baran Yadav also remembered BR Ambedkar's remarkable leadership and vision in drafting the Constitution of India
How Vinayak Savarkar was a bundle of contradictions and a historian’s enigma
As a historian, Vikram Sampath has breached a well-guarded ivory tower, the falling crumbles must now be borne with pride
Dharma Files | Analysing the Preamble to Indian Constitution from dharmic perspective
The word ‘secular’ was introduced into the Preamble during the period of Emergency (1975-77), imposed by Indira Gandhi
Limits of protests: Why civil disobedience can’t be one-stop solution to problems in democracy
From hijab row to farmers’ agitation, it’s now obvious that protests can themselves become a problem if they become a daily occurrence
How D in the DNA of Bharat stands for democracy and diversity
We need to understand that democracy and diversity in Bharat is part of its ‘samskriti’ which is both valued and cherished
Christian conversion mafia has never been so active in Tamil Nadu. Here’s the reason why
Not only temples, but the Stalin government is also going after temple gold and funds to build so-called secular institutions
Nathuram Godse shot Gandhi point-blank, but was he the only one who killed the Mahatma?
No doubt, Nathuram Godse killed Mahatma Gandhi. But then what about the role of the Congress, the state administration and the society at large? And what about Gandhi’s own desire to be a martyr?